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Christmas in Terrace

CHILLY WEATHER did not curb the enthusiasm of Krista Voogd, Erica Braam and Dannielle Sivertson, Grade 11 students from Centennial Christian School. They were caroling this afternoon on Lakelse Ave., using the Kermode bear in front of the Scotiabank as a back drop. Many other activities were also taking place on Lakelse, part of a Dickens Christmas. Events continue tonight at 6 p.m. with the Christmas Parade of Lights down Lakelse Ave. It starts at city hall. - Kat Lee
CHILLY WEATHER did not curb the enthusiasm of Krista Voogd, Erica Braam and Dannielle Sivertson, Grade 11 students from Centennial Christian School. They were caroling this afternoon on Lakelse Ave., using the Kermode bear in front of the Scotiabank as a back drop. Many other activities were also taking place on Lakelse, part of a Dickens Christmas. Events continue tonight at 6 p.m. with the Christmas Parade of Lights down Lakelse Ave. It starts at city hall.
— image credit: Kat Lee

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